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The Red Star Line Museum is a child-friendly museum. Find out why.
The original buildings of the shipping company were carefully restored. The new tower reflects the experiences of the former travellers, who looked out over Antwerp from the towering ocean steamers.
The Red Star Line was active on 'het Eilandje' in Antwerp’s harbour for more than half a century. All that activity left traces in the city, especially on 'het Eilandje'.
The museum shop has something ‘nautical’ that will appeal to you. Take a look in the shop after your museum visit or just drop by. The entrance is free.
The entrance to the shed is accessible for free. Till 5 PM you can enter the shop and temporary exhibition. Feel free to have a chat at our museum café during the weekend and/or events.
An interactive guided tour based on emigrant stories, suitable for adults and youths aged 16 and older.
Stijn and Sofie are the winners of the contest ‘1 year Red Star Line Museum’! Next year they will be travelling to New York on the Queen Mary 2.
Alexis De Laet left his native village of Burcht for Chicago in 1911. When World War I broke out he returned to Belgium to join the Belgian army.
Frans Wittock was an American Belgian who returned to Belgium in 1917 as a US soldier.
A two-hour walk on the Eilandje, near the buildings of the Red Star Line shipping company (grounds of the Red Star Line Museum).